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Introduction

The ProQual Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Specialist Installation Occupations (Construction)

qualification provides a nationally recognised qualification for those working in the

construction and the built environment sector working across a broad range of areas. They

are designed to assess occupational competence in the workplace where candidates are

required to demonstrate skills and knowledge to a level required in the construction

industry. There are 6 specialist pathways:

Pathway 1: Roof Lining Systems

Pathway 2: Joint Sealant Application

Pathway 3: Point of Purchase

Pathway 4: Industrial Storage Systems – Maintenance and Repair

Pathway 5: Industrial Storage Systems – Inspection

Pathway 6: Loading Bay Equipment – Installation or Maintenance

The awarding body for this qualification is ProQual Awarding Body (www.proqualab.com)

and the regulatory body is the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual);

It is also endorsed by the sector body for construction – CITB.

The qualification has been accredited onto the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF)

and is published on Ofqual’s Register of Qualifications.

Qualification Profile

Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Specialist Installation

Occupations (Construction)

Qualification title ProQual Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Specialist Installation

Occupations (Construction)

Ofqual qualification number 603/0306/2

Level 2

Guided learning hours 67

Total qualification time 240 hours

Assessment

Pass or fail

Internally assessed and verified by centre staff

External quality assurance by ProQual verifiers

Qualification start date 22/8/16

Qualification end date

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Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification.

Centres should carry out an initial assessment of candidate skills and knowledge to identify

any gaps and help plan the assessment.

Qualification Structure

To achieve the qualification candidates must complete the three Mandatory units for all of

the Pathways plus the required Mandatory/Optional Units from one of the Pathways.

CITB references and credit values are provided in this document for information only.

Mandatory units for all Pathways (this information is also included in the Pathway details

from page 5).

Mandatory Units for all Pathways

Unit Ref. Title Level CITB Internal

Unit Ref.

M/508/6537 Conforming to general health, safety and welfare

in the workplace

1 641

T/508/6538 Conforming to productive working practices in

the workplace

2 642

Y/508/6533 Moving, handling and storing resources in the

workplace

2 643

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Pathways

There are 6 Pathways, the Mandatory and Optional requirements for each are listed below.

Pathway 1 : Roof Lining Systems

Candidates must complete 3 Mandatory units, plus 2 Optional units.

Mandatory Units – THREE units

Unit Ref. Title Level CITB Internal

Unit Ref.

M/508/6537 Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the

workplace

1 641

T/508/6538 Conforming to productive working practices in the

workplace

2 642

Y/508/6533 Moving, handling and storing resources in the workplace 2 643

Optional Units – TWO units

Unit Ref. Title Level CITB Internal

Unit Ref.

L/615/1601 Removing and repairing eaves and verge finishings in the

workplace

2 228

R/615/1602 Installing eaves, verge and rainwater systems in the

workplace

2 229

D/615/1604 Preparing rainwater systems resources in the workplace 2 230

K/615/1606 Repairing rainwater systems in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required:

Concrete gutters with polymer liners

Metal gutters or downpipes

Plastic gutters or downpipes

2 231

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Pathway 2 : Joint Sealant Application

Candidates must complete 6 Mandatory units.

Mandatory Units

Unit Ref. Title Level

CITB

Internal

Unit Ref.

M/508/6537 Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the

workplace

1 641

T/508/6538 Conforming to productive working practices in the

workplace

2 642

Y/508/6533 Moving, handling and storing resources in the workplace 2 643

T/615/1608 Applying sealants to structural fabric in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required:

Masonry

Soffits

Windows and door frames

Work surfaces and sanitary ware

2 243

A/615/1609 Erecting and dismantling access/working platforms in the

workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Point of purchase Industrial storage systems

Loading bay equipment

Plus two of the following endorsements required:

Ladders/crawler boards

Step ladders/platform steps

Proprietary towers

Trestle platforms

Mobile scaffold towers

Proprietary staging/podiums

2 250

T/615/1611 Establishing work area protection and safety in the

workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required:

Protection and safety notices

Safety lighting

2 360v2

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Pathway 3 : Point of Purchase

Candidates must complete 3 Mandatory units plus 2 Optional units.

Mandatory Units

Unit Ref. Title Level

CITB

Internal

Unit Ref.

M/508/6537 Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the

workplace

1 641

T/508/6538 Conforming to productive working practices in the

workplace

2 642

Y/508/6533 Moving, handling and storing resources in the workplace 2 643

Optional Units – TWO units

Unit Ref. Title Level

CITB

Internal

Unit Ref.

A/615/1612 Installing internal display systems in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

Two of the following endorsements required:

Free standing

Wall mounted

Ceiling mounted

Glass mounted

2 267

J/615/1614 Installing display signs in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

Two of the following endorsements required:

Free standing

Wall mounted

Ceiling mounted

2 268

L/615/1615 Installing graphic displays in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required:

Free standing

Fixture or wall mounted

Glass mounted

2 269

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Pathway 4 : Industrial Storage Systems – Maintenance and Repair

Candidates must complete 4 Mandatory units.

Mandatory Units

Unit Ref. Title Level CITB Internal

Unit Ref.

M/508/6537 Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the

workplace

1 641

T/508/6538 Conforming to productive working practices in the

workplace

2 642

Y/508/6533 Moving, handling and storing resources in the workplace 2 643

R/615/1616 Maintaining and repairing industrial storage systems in the

workplace

Unit Endorsements:

Group 1:

Two of the following endorsements required:

Drive in and/or drive through

Dynamic storage

High bay (over 12 metres)

Mobile

Mini load

Cantilever

Rack clad

Multi-tier

Group 2:

One of the following endorsements required:

Carton live

Single tier

Multi-tier

Long span

Mobile

2 506

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Pathway 5 : Industrial Storage Systems – Inspection

Candidates must complete 4 Mandatory units.

Mandatory Units

Unit Ref. Title Level CITB Internal

Unit Ref.

M/508/6537 Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the

workplace

1 641

T/508/6538 Conforming to productive working practices in the

workplace

2 642

Y/508/6533 Moving, handling and storing resources in the workplace 2 643

F/615/1627 Inspecting industrial storage systems

Unit Endorsements:

Group 1:

One of the following endorsements required:

Drive in and/or drive through

Dynamic storage

High bay (over 12 metres)

Mobile

Mini load

Cantilever

Rack clad

Multi-tier

Group 2:

One of the following endorsements required:

Carton live

Single tier #

Multi-tier

Long span

Mobile

2 507

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Pathway 6 : Loading Bay Equipment

Candidates must complete 3 Mandatory units, plus 1 Optional unit.

Mandatory Units

Unit Ref. Title Level CITB Internal

Unit Ref.

M/508/6537 Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the

workplace

1 641

T/508/6538 Conforming to productive working practices in the

workplace

2 642

Y/508/6533 Moving, handling and storing resources in the workplace 2 643

Optional Units – ONE unit

Unit Ref. Title Level CITB Internal

Unit Ref.

Y/615/1634 Installing loading bay equipment in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required:

Dock leveller hinged lip

Dock leveller telescopic lip

Dock leveller drawbridge

PLUS at least five of the following:

Scissor lift

Dock seal

Wheel guide

Vehicle restraint

Bumper

Traffic Lights

Dock lights

Composite or standard control panel

2 683

K/615/1640 Servicing and maintaining loading bay equipment in the

workplace

2 684

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Additional Units

Additional Units – Pathway 2

Unit Ref. Title Level

CITB

Internal

Unit Ref.

M/508/6490 Preparing and operating rough terrain masted forklifts to lift

and transfer loads in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

2 387Hv2

T/508/6491 Preparing and operating forklift trucks to lift and transfer

loads in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

2 387Jv2

A/508/6492 Preparing and operating sideloader forklifts to lift and

transfer loads in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

2 387Kv2

F/508/6493 Preparing and operating telescopic handlers to lift and

transfer loads in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

Plus one of the following endorsements required:

Telescopic handler industrial telescopic

Telescopic handler up to 9 metres

Telescopic handler all sizes

Telescopic handler all sizes excluding 360º

Telescopic handler all sizes including 360º

2 387Lv2

D/508/6484 Preparing and operating lorry loaders or knuckle booms to

lift and transfer loads in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

Plus one of the following endorsements required:

Knuckle boom

Lorry loader hook

Lorry loader clamshell bucket

Lorry loader hydraulic clamp

2 387Qv2

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A/508/6508 Preparing and operating scissor-type mobile elevating work

platforms (MEWP) in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

Loading bay equipment

Architectural metalwork installer

2 392Av3

F/508/6509 Preparing and operating boom-type mobile elevating work

platforms (MEWP) in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

Loading bay equipment

Architectural metalwork installer

Plus one of the following endorsements required:

Mobile elevated working platform boom vehicle mounted

Mobile elevated working platform boom self-propelled

2 392Bv3

T/508/6510 Preparing and operating mast climber-type mobile elevating

work platforms (MEWP) in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

Loading bay equipment

Architectural metalwork installer

2 392Cv3

Additional Units – Pathway 3

Unit Ref. Title Level

CITB

Internal

Unit Ref.

A/615/1609 Erecting and dismantling access/working platforms in the

workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Point of purchase Industrial storage systems

Loading bay equipment

Plus two of the following endorsements required:

Ladders/crawler boards

Step ladders/platform steps

Proprietary towers

Trestle platforms

Mobile scaffold towers

Proprietary staging/podiums

2 250

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Additional Units – Pathways 4 and 5

Unit Ref. Title Level

CITB

Internal

Unit Ref.

A/615/1609 Erecting and dismantling access/working platforms in the

workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Point of purchase Industrial storage systems

Loading bay equipment

Plus two of the following endorsements required:

Ladders/crawler boards

Step ladders/platform steps

Proprietary towers

Trestle platforms

Mobile scaffold towers

Proprietary staging/podiums

2 250

M/508/6490 Preparing and operating rough terrain masted forklifts to lift

and transfer loads in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

2 387Hv2

T/508/6491 Preparing and operating forklift trucks to lift and transfer

loads in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

2 387Jv2

A/508/6492 Preparing and operating sideloader forklifts to lift and

transfer loads in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

2 387Kv2

F/508/6493 Preparing and operating telescopic handlers to lift and

transfer loads in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

Plus one of the following endorsements required:

Telescopic handler industrial telescopic

Telescopic handler up to 9 metres

Telescopic handler all sizes

Telescopic handler all sizes excluding 360º

Telescopic handler all sizes including 360º

2 387Lv2

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D/508/6484 Preparing and operating lorry loaders or knuckle booms to

lift and transfer loads in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

Plus one of the following endorsements required:

Knuckle boom

Lorry loader hook

Lorry loader clamshell bucket

Lorry loader hydraulic clamp

2 387Qv2

A/508/6508 Preparing and operating scissor-type mobile elevating work

platforms (MEWP) in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

Loading bay equipment

Architectural metalwork installer

2 392Av3

F/508/6509 Preparing and operating boom-type mobile elevating work

platforms (MEWP) in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

Loading bay equipment

Architectural metalwork installer

Plus one of the following endorsements required:

Mobile elevated working platform boom vehicle mounted

Mobile elevated working platform boom self-propelled

2 392Bv3

T/508/6510 Preparing and operating mast climber-type mobile elevating

work platforms (MEWP) in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of

work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

Loading bay equipment

Architectural metalwork installer

2 392Cv3

A/508/6587 Preparing and operating powered units, tools or pedestrian

plant, machinery or equipment in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required:

Generators

Pumps

Pedestrian operated plant or machines

Mixers

Compressors

Self-powered tools

2 400v2

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Additional Units – Pathway 6

Unit Ref. Title Level CITB Internal

Unit Ref.

A/615/1609 Erecting and dismantling access/working platforms in

the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own

area of work):

Joint sealant application

Point of purchase Industrial storage systems

Loading bay equipment

Plus two of the following endorsements required:

Ladders/crawler boards

Step ladders/platform steps

Proprietary towers

Trestle platforms

Mobile scaffold towers

Proprietary staging/podiums

2 250

A/508/6508 Preparing and operating scissor-type mobile elevating

work platforms (MEWP) in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own

area of work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

Loading bay equipment

Architectural metalwork installer

2 392Av3

F/508/6509 Preparing and operating boom-type mobile elevating

work platforms (MEWP) in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own

area of work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

Loading bay equipment

Architectural metalwork installer

Plus one of the following endorsements required:

Mobile elevated working platform boom vehicle

mounted Mobile elevated working platform boom selfpropelled

2 392Bv3

T/508/6510 Preparing and operating mast climber-type mobile

elevating work platforms (MEWP) in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own

area of work):

Joint sealant application

Industrial storage systems

Loading bay equipment

Architectural metalwork installer

2 392Cv3

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A/508/6525 Slinging and hand signalling the movement of

suspended loads in the workplace

Unit Endorsements:

The following endorsement required (i.e. own area of

work):

Slinger/signaller – loading bay equipment only

Slinger/signaller – Architectural metalwork installer

2 402Av1

A/615/1657 Installing door, blind or shutter wiring systems in the

workplace

2 503v2

J/615/1645 Using manual metal arc welding equipment 1 PE01 15

R/615/1650 Using semi-automatic MIG or MAG welding equipment 1 PE01 17

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Centre Requirements

Centres must be approved to offer this qualification. If your centre is not approved please

complete and submit form ProQual Additional Qualification Approval Application.

Staff

Staff delivering this qualification must be appropriately qualified and/or occupationally

competent.

Assessors/Internal Quality Assurance

Assessors for each unit must have verifiable, current industry experience and a sufficient

depth of relevant occupational expertise and knowledge, and must use a combination of

assessment methods as defined in the Consolidated Assessment Strategy.

Assessors and internal quality assurance verifiers for competence-based units or

qualifications will normally need to hold appropriate assessor or internal quality assurance

qualifications.

Support for Candidates

Materials produced by centres to support candidates should:

  • enable them to track their achievements as they progress through the learning

outcomes and assessment criteria;

  • provide information on where ProQual’s policies and procedures can be viewed;
  • provide a means of enabling Internal and External Quality Assurance staff to

authenticate evidence

Links to National Standards / NOS mapping

National Occupational Standards (NOS) are owned by a Sector Skills Council or Standard

Setting Body and they describe the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to

undertake a particular task or job at different levels of competence.

The structure and units of this qualification are based on NOS for the construction sector

developed by CITB.

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Assessment

This qualification is competence-based, candidates must demonstrate the level of

competence described in the units. Assessment is the process of measuring a candidate’s

skill, knowledge and understanding against the standards set in the qualification.

The qualifications must be assessed in a work environment and in accordance with the

ConstructionSkills’ Consolidated Assessment Strategy for Construction and the Built

Environment, and it must be internally assessed by an appropriately experienced and

qualified assessor.

Each candidate is required to produce a portfolio of evidence which demonstrates their

achievement of all of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for each unit.

Evidence can include: – observation report by assessor

– assignments/projects/reports

– professional discussion

– witness testimony

– candidate product

– worksheets

– record of oral and written questioning

– Recognition of Prior Learning

Learning outcomes set out what a candidate is expected to know, understand or be able to

do.

Assessment criteria specify the standard a candidate must meet to show the learning

outcome has been achieved.

Learning outcomes and assessment criteria can be found from page 15.

Additional information for assessment and requirements for unit endorsements where

relevant is included after all of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for each unit.

Internal Quality Assurance

An internal quality assurance verifier confirms that assessment decisions made in centres

are made by competent and qualified assessors, that they are the result of sound and fair

assessment practice and that they are recorded accurately and appropriately.

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Adjustments to Assessment

Adjustments to standard assessment arrangements are made on the individual needs of

candidates. ProQual’s Reasonable Adjustments Policy and Special Consideration Policy sets

out the steps to follow when implementing reasonable adjustments and special

considerations and the service that ProQual provides for some of these arrangements.

Centres should contact ProQual for further information or queries about the contents of the

policy.

Results Enquiries and Appeals

All enquiries relating to assessment or other decisions should be dealt with by centres, with

reference to ProQual’s Enquiries and Appeals Procedures.

Certification

Candidates who achieve the requirements for this qualification will be awarded:

  • A certificate listing all units achieved, and
  • A certificate giving the full qualification title –

ProQual Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Specialist Installation Occupations

(Construction)

Claiming certificates

Centres may claim certificates for candidates who have been registered with ProQual and

who have successfully achieved the qualification. All certificates will be issued to the centre

for successful candidates.

Unit certificates

If a candidate does not achieve all of the units required for a qualification, the centre may

claim a unit certificate for the candidate which will list all of the units achieved.

Replacement certificates

If a replacement certificate is required a request must be made to ProQual in writing.

Replacement certificates are labelled as such and are only provided when the claim has

been authenticated. Refer to the Fee Schedule for details of charges for replacement

certificates.

Units – Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria

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Unit M/508/6537

Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Comply with all workplace health,

safety and welfare legislation

requirements.

1.1 Comply with information from workplace inductions and

any health, safety and welfare briefings attended

relevant to the occupational area.

1.2 Use health and safety control equipment safely to carry

out the activity in accordance with legislation and

organisational requirements.

1.3 Comply with statutory requirements, safety notices and

warning notices displayed within the workplace and/or

on equipment.

1.4 State why and when health and safety control

equipment, identified by the principles of protection,

should be used relating to types, purpose and

limitations of each type, the work situation,

occupational use and the general work environment, in

relation to:

– collective protective measures

– personal protective equipment (PPE)

– respiratory protective equipment (RPE)

– local exhaust ventilation (LEV).

1.5 State how the health and safety control equipment

relevant to the work should be used in accordance with

the given instructions.

1.6 State which types of health, safety and welfare

legislation, notices and warning signs are relevant to the

occupational area and associated equipment.

1.7 State why health, safety and welfare legislation, notices

and warning signs are relevant to the occupational area.

1.8 State how to comply with control measures that have

been identified by risk assessments and safe systems of

work.

2 Recognise hazards associated with

the workplace that have not been

previously controlled and report

them in accordance with

organisational procedures.

2.1 Report any hazards created by changing circumstances

within the workplace in accordance with organisational

procedures.

2.2 List typical hazards associated with the work

environment and occupational area in relation to

resources, substances, asbestos, equipment,

obstructions, storage, services and work activities.

2.3 List the current Health and Safety Executive top ten

safety risks.

2.4 List the current Health and Safety Executive top five

health risks.

2.5 State how changing circumstances within the workplace

could cause hazards.

2.6 State the methods used for reporting changed

circumstances, hazards and incidents in the workplace.

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Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

3 Comply with organisational policies

and procedures to contribute to

health, safety and welfare.

3.1 Interpret and comply with given instructions to

maintain safe systems of work and quality working

practices.

3.2 Contribute to discussions by offering/providing feedback

relating to health, safety and welfare.

3.3 Contribute to the maintenance of workplace welfare

facilities in accordance with workplace welfare

procedures.

3.4 Safely store health and safety control equipment in

accordance with given instructions.

3.5 Dispose of waste and/or consumable items in

accordance with legislation.

3.6 State the organisational policies and procedures for

health, safety and welfare, in relation to:

– dealing with accidents and emergencies associated

with the work and environment

– methods of receiving or sourcing information

– reporting

– stopping work

– evacuation

– fire risks and safe exit procedures

– consultation and feedback.

3.7 State the appropriate types of fire extinguishers relevant

to the work.

3.8 State how and when the different types of fire

extinguishers are used in accordance with legislation

and official guidance.

4 Work responsibly to contribute to

workplace health, safety and

welfare whilst carrying out work in

the relevant occupational area.

4.1 Demonstrate behaviour which shows personal

responsibility for general workplace health, safety and

welfare.

4.2 State how personal behaviour demonstrates

responsibility for general workplace health, safety and

welfare, in relation to:

– recognising when to stop work in the face of serious

and imminent danger to self and/or others

– contributing to discussions and providing feedback

– reporting changed circumstances and incidents in the

workplace

– complying with the environmental requirements of

the workplace.

4.3 Give examples of how the behaviour and actions of

individuals could affect others within the workplace.

5 Comply with and support all

organisational security

arrangements and approved

procedures.

5.1 Provide appropriate support for security arrangements

in accordance with approved procedures:

– during the working day

– on completion of the day’s work

– for unauthorised personnel (other operatives and the

general public)

– for theft.

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Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

5.2 State how security arrangements are implemented in

relation to the workplace, the general public, site

personnel and resources.

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Unit T/508/6538

Conforming to productive working practices in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1

Communicate with others to

establish productive work

practices.

1.1

Communicate in an appropriate manner with line

management, colleagues and/or customers to ensure that

work is carried out productively.

1.2 Describe the different methods of communicating with line

management, colleagues and customers.

1.3 Describe how to use different methods of communication to

ensure that the work carried out is productive.

2

Follow organisational

procedures to plan the

sequence of work.

2.1 Interpret relevant information from organisational procedures

in order to plan the sequence of work.

2.2

Plan the sequence of work, using appropriate resources, in

accordance with organisational procedures to ensure work is

completed productively.

2.3

Describe how organisational procedures are applied to ensure

work is planned and carried out productively, in relation to:

– using resources for own and other’s work requirements

– allocating appropriate work to employees

– organising the work sequence

– reducing carbon emissions.

2.4 Describe how to contribute to zero/low carbon work

outcomes within the built environment.

3

Maintain relevant records in

accordance with the

organisational procedures.

3.1 Complete relevant documentation according to the

occupation as required by the organisation.

3.2

Describe how to complete and maintain documentation in

accordance with organisational procedures, in relation to:

– job cards

– worksheets

– material/resource lists

– time sheets.

3.3 Explain the reasons for ensuring documentation is completed

clearly and within given timescales.

4

Maintain good working

relationships when

conforming to productive

working practices.

4.1

Carry out work productively, to the agreed specification, in

conjunction with line management, colleagues, customers

and/or other relevant people involved in the work to maintain

good working relationships.

4.2

Apply the principles of equality and diversity and respect the

needs of individuals when communicating and working with

others.

4.3

Describe how to maintain good working relationships, in

relation to:

– individuals

– customer and operative

– operative and line management

– own and other occupations.

4.4 Describe why it is important to work effectively with line

management, colleagues and customers.

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4.5 Describe how working relationships could have an effect on

productive working.

4.6 Describe how to apply principles of equality and diversity

when communicating and working with others

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Unit Y/508/6533

Moving, handling and storing resources in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Comply with given

information when moving,

handling and/or storing

resources.

1.1 Interpret the given information relating to moving, handling

and/or storing resources, relevant to the given occupation.

1.2 Interpret the given information relating to the use and storage

of lifting aids and equipment.

1.3 Describe the different types of technical, product and

regulatory information, their source and how they are

interpreted.

1.4 State the organisational procedures developed to report and

rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable resources

and how they are implemented.

1.5 Describe how to obtain information relating to using and

storing lifting aids and equipment.

2 Know how to comply with

relevant legislation and official

guidance when moving,

handling and/or storing

resources.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities under current legislation and

official guidance whilst working:

– in the workplace, in confined spaces, below ground level, at

height, with tools and equipment, with materials and

substances, with movement/storage of materials and by

manual handling and mechanical lifting.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 Explain what the accident reporting procedures are and who is

responsible for making the reports.

2.4 State the appropriate types of fire extinguishers relevant to

the work.

2.5 Describe how and when the different types of fire

extinguishers, relevant to the given occupation, are used in

accordance with legislation and official guidance.

3 Maintain safe working

practices when moving,

handling and/or storing

resources.

3.1 Use health and safety control equipment safely to carry out

the activity in accordance with legislation and organisational

requirements when moving, handling and/or storing

resources.

3.2 Use lifting aids safely as appropriate to the work.

3.3 Protect the environment in accordance with safe working

practices as appropriate to the work.

3.4 Explain why and when health and safety control equipment,

identified by the principles of protection, should be used,

relating to moving, handling and/or storing resources, and

the types, purpose and limitations of each type, the work

situation, occupational use and the general work

environment, in relation to:

– collective protective measures

– personal protective equipment (PPE)

– respiratory protective equipment (RPE)

– local exhaust ventilation (LEV).

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3.5 Describe how the health and safety control equipment

relevant to the work should be used in accordance with the

given instructions.

3.6 State how emergencies should be responded to in accordance

with organisational authorisation and personal skills when

involved with fires, spillages, injuries and other task-related

hazards.

4 Select the required quantity

and quality of resources for

the methods of work to move,

handle and/or store

occupational resources.

4.1 Select the relevant resources to be moved, handled and/or

stored, associated with own work.

4.2 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, sustainability,

limitations and defects associated with the occupational

resources in relation to:

– lifting and handling aids

– container(s)

– fixing, holding and securing systems.

4.3 Describe how the resources should be handled and how any

problems associated with the resources are reported.

4.4 Explain why the organisational procedures have been

developed and how they are used for the selection of required

resources.

4.5 Describe any potential hazards associated with the resources

and methods of work.

5 Prevent the risk of damage to

occupational resources and

surrounding environment

when moving, handling and/or

storing resources.

5.1 Protect occupational resources and their surrounding area

from damage in accordance with safe working practices and

organisational procedures.

5.2 Dispose of waste and packaging in accordance with legislation.

5.3 Maintain a clean work space when moving, handling or storing

resources.

5.4 Describe how to protect work from damage and the purpose

of protection in relation to general workplace activities, other

occupations and adverse weather conditions

5.5 Explain why the disposal of waste should be carried out safely

in accordance with environmental responsibilities,

organisational procedures, manufacturers’ information,

statutory regulations and official guidance.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when moving,

handling and/or storing

resources.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

6.2 State the purpose of the work programme and explain why

deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– progress charts, timetables and estimated times

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances

which will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given

occupational resource

information to move, handle

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when moving, handling

and/or storing occupational resources:

– moving, positioning, storing, securing and/or using lifting

aids and kinetic lifting techniques.

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Learning Outcome – The learner

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and/or store resources to the

required guidance.

7.2 Move, handle and/or store occupational resources to meet

product information and organisational requirements relating

to three of the following:

– sheet material

– loose material

– bagged or wrapped material

– ragile material

– tools and equipment

– components

– liquids.

7.3 Describe how to apply safe work practices, follow procedures,

report problems and establish the authority needed to rectify

them when moving, handling and/or storing occupational

resources.

7.4 Describe the needs of other occupations when moving,

handling and/or storing resources.

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Unit L/615/1601

Removing and repairing eaves and verge finishings in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given information

relating to the work and

resources when removing and

repairing eaves and verge

finishings.

1.1 Interpret and extract information from drawings, scales,

specifications, schedules and manufacturers’ information.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived from

risk assessments and method statement.

1.3 State the organisational procedures developed to report and

rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable resources

and how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and

how they are interpreted in relation to:

– drawings, scales, specifications, schedules, manufacturers’

information and regulations governing buildings.

2 Know how to comply with

relevant legislation and official

guidance when removing and

repairing eaves and verge

finishings.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities under current legislation and

official guidance whilst working:

– in the workplace, at height, with tools and equipment, with

materials and substances, with movement/storage of

materials and by manual handling and mechanical lifting

– near telephone lines and overhead power supplies.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 State what the accident reporting procedures are and who is

responsible for making reports.

3 Maintain safe working practices

when removing and repairing

eaves and verge finishings.

3.1 Use personal protective equipment (PPE), access equipment

and handle asbestos cement materials (as applicable) safely

to carry out the activity, in accordance with legislation and

organisational requirements when removing and repairing

eaves and verge finishings.

3.2 Explain why and when personal protective equipment (PPE)

should be used, relating to removing and repairing eaves and

verge finishings, and the types, purpose and limitations of

each type.

3.3 State how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and personal

skills when involved with fires, spillages, injuries and other

task-related hazards.

4 Select the required quantity and

quality of resources for the

methods of work to remove and

repair eaves and verge

finishings.

4.1 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, limitations and

defects associated with the resources in relation to:

– timber, tiles and slates, sarking, fixings, fittings, sand and

cement

– hand and/or powered tools and equipment.

4.2 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components, fixings, tools and equipment.

4.3 State how the resources should be used correctly, how

problems associated with the resources are reported and

how the organisational procedures are used.

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4.4 Outline potential hazards associated with the resources and

method of work, with particular emphasis on asbestos

cement materials.

4.5 Describe how to calculate quantity, length, area and wastage

associated with the method/procedure to remove and repair

eaves and verge finishings.

5 Minimise the risk of damage to

the work and surrounding area

when removing and repairing

eaves and verge finishings.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Describe how to protect work from damage and the purpose

of protection in relation to general workplace activities,

other occupations and adverse weather conditions.

5.4 Dispose of waste in accordance with legislation.

5.5 State why the disposal of waste should be carried out in

relation to the work.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when removing

and repairing eaves and verge

finishings.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

6.2 State the purpose of the work programme and explain why

deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– types of progress charts, timetables and estimated times

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances

which will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given contract

information to remove and

repair eaves and verge

finishings to the required

specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when removing and

repairing eaves and verge finishings:

– measuring, marking out, removing, replacing, fitting,

positioning and securing.

7.2 Remove to contractor’s working instructions:

– gutters and pipework, fascias, bargeboards, soffits

– tiles/slates, battens, sarking.

7.3 Repair/replace to contractor’s working instructions:

– rafters and/or joist feet

– tile battens, sarking, tiles and slates

– application of appropriate timber preservative

– roof pointing to verges.

7.4 Describe how to apply safe work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– remove existing gutters, fascias, snow guards, leaf traps,

bargeboards, soffits, tiles and slates, asbestos cement

materials

– repair feet of existing rafters and/or joists

– replace sarking and battens

– locate and remove telephone lines and overhead power

supplies in accordance with organisational policy

– assess expansion and contraction across products

– assess compatibility across manufacturer’s products

– use hand tools, power tools and equipment

– use access equipment.

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7.5 Safely use and store hand tools, portable power tools and

ancillary equipment.

7.6 State the needs of other occupations and how to

communicate within a team when removing and repairing

eaves and verge finishings.

7.7 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used

when removing and repairing eaves and verge finishings.

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Unit R/615/1602

Installing eaves, verge and rainwater systems in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given information

relating to the work and resources

when installing eaves, verge and

rainwater systems.

1.1 Interpret and extract information from drawings, scales,

specifications, schedules and manufacturers’ information.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived

from risk assessments and method statement.

1.3 State the organisational procedures developed to report

and rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable

resources and how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and

how they are interpreted in relation to:

– drawings, scales, specifications, schedules,

manufacturers’ information and regulations governing

buildings.

2 Know how to comply with relevant

legislation and official guidance

when installing eaves, verge and

rainwater systems.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities under current legislation

and official guidance whilst working:

– in the workplace, at height, with tools and equipment,

with materials and substances, with movement/storage

of materials and by manual handling and mechanical

lifting

– near telephone lines and overhead power supplies.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 State what the accident reporting procedures are and

who is responsible for making reports.

3 Maintain safe working practices

when installing eaves, verge and

rainwater systems.

3.1 Use personal protective equipment (PPE) and access

equipment safely to carry out the activity in accordance

with legislation and organisational requirements when

installing eaves, verge and rainwater systems.

3.2 Explain why and when personal protective equipment

(PPE) should be used, relating to installing eaves, verge

and rainwater systems, and the types, purpose and

limitations of each type.

3.3 State how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and

personal skills when involved with fires, spillages, injuries

and other task-related hazards.

4 Select the required quantity and

quality of resources for the

methods of work to install eaves,

verge and rainwater systems.

4.1 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, limitations and

defects associated with the resources in relation to:

– fascias, bargeboards, soffits, guttering, snow guards,

leaf traps, tiles, slates, fixings, fittings, adhesives, sealants

– hand and/or powered tools and equipment.

4.2 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components, fixings, tools and equipment.

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4.3 State how the resources should be used correctly, how

problems associated with the resources are reported and

how the organisational procedures are used.

4.4 Outline potential hazards associated with the resources

and method of work.

4.5 Describe how to calculate quantity, length, area and

wastage associated with the method/procedure to install

eaves, verge and rainwater systems.

5 Minimise the risk of damage to the

work and surrounding area when

installing eaves, verge and

rainwater systems.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Describe how to protect work from damage and the

purpose of protection in relation to general workplace

activities, other occupations and adverse weather

conditions.

5.4 Dispose of waste in accordance with legislation.

5.5 State why the disposal of waste should be carried out in

relation to the work.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when installing

eaves, verge and rainwater

systems.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

6.2 State the purpose of the work programme and explain

why deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– types of progress charts, timetables and estimated

times

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances

which will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given contract

information to install eaves, verge

and rainwater systems to the

required specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when installing

eaves, verge and rainwater systems:

– measuring, marking out, fitting, positioning and

securing.

7.2 Install to contractor’s working instructions:

– proprietary fascias, bargeboard and soffit systems

– proprietary guttering and downpipes, and associated

fittings.

7.3 Describe how to apply safe work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– install proprietary fascias, bargeboards, snow guards,

leaf traps, soffits, guttering and downpipes

– replace existing tiles/slates

– replace telephone lines and overhead power supplies in

accordance with organisational policy

– assess expansion and contraction across products

– assess compatibility across manufacturer’s products

– use hand tools, power tools and equipment

– use access equipment.

7.4 Safely use and store hand tools, portable power tools and

ancillary equipment.

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7.5 State the needs of other occupations and how to

communicate within a team when installing eaves, verge

and rainwater systems.

7.6 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used

when installing eaves, verge and rainwater systems.

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Unit D/615/1604

Preparing rainwater systems resources in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given information

relating to the work and resources

when preparing rainwater systems

resources.

1.1 Interpret and extract information from drawings, scales,

specifications, schedules and manufacturers’ information.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived

from risk assessments and method statement.

1.3 State the organisational procedures developed to report

and rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable

resources and how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and

how they are interpreted in relation to:

– drawings, scales, specifications, schedules,

manufacturers’ information and regulations governing

buildings.

2 Know how to comply with relevant

legislation and official guidance

when preparing rainwater systems

resources.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities under current legislation

and official guidance whilst working:

– in the workplace, at height, with tools and equipment,

with materials and substances, with movement/storage

of materials and by manual handling and mechanical

lifting

– near telephone lines and overhead power supplies.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 State what the accident reporting procedures are and

who is responsible for making reports.

3 Maintain safe working practices

when preparing rainwater systems

resources.

3.1 Use personal protective equipment (PPE) and access

equipment safely to carry out the activity in accordance

with legislation and organisational requirements when

preparing rainwater systems resources.

3.2 Explain why and when personal protective equipment

(PPE) should be used, relating to preparing rainwater

systems resources, and the types, purpose and limitations

of each type.

3.3 State how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and

personal skills when involved with fires, spillages, injuries

and other task-related hazards.

4 Select the required quantity and

quality of resources for the

methods of work to prepare

rainwater systems resources.

4.1 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, limitations and

defects associated with the resources in relation to:

– aluminium coil

– hand and/or powered tools and equipment.

4.2 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components, fixings, tools and equipment.

4.3 State how the resources should be used correctly, how

problems associated with the resources are reported and

how the organisational procedures are used.

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4.4 Outline potential hazards associated with the resources

and method of work.

4.5 Describe how to calculate quantity, length, area and

wastage associated with the method/procedure to

prepare rainwater systems resources.

5 Minimise the risk of damage to the

work and surrounding area when

preparing rainwater systems

resources.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Describe how to protect work from damage and the

purpose of protection in relation to general workplace

activities, other occupations and adverse weather

conditions.

5.4 Dispose of waste in accordance with legislation.

5.5 State why the disposal of waste should be carried out in

relation to the work.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when preparing

rainwater systems resources.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

6.2 State the purpose of the work programme and explain

why deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– types of progress charts, timetables and estimated

times

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances

which will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given contract

information to prepare rainwater

systems resources to the required

specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when preparing

rainwater systems resources:

– measuring, marking out, cutting fit and securing.

7.2 Profile aluminium coil to contractor’s working instructions

relating to:

– gutters and stop ends

– forming downpipe holes

– forming bends.

7.3 Describe how to apply safe work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– profile aluminium coil into gutters and stop ends

– form holes for downpipes

– form bends

– assess expansion and contraction across products

– assess compatibility across manufacturer’s products

– use hand tools, power tools and equipment

– use access equipment.

7.4 Safely use and store hand tools, portable power tools and

ancillary equipment.

7.5 State the needs of other occupations and how to

communicate within a team when preparing rainwater

systems resources.

7.6 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used

when preparing rainwater systems resources.

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Unit K/615/1606

Repairing rainwater systems in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given information

relating to the work and resources

when repairing rainwater

systems.

1.1 Interpret and extract information from drawings, scales,

specifications, schedules and manufacturers’ information.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived from

risk assessments and method statement.

1.3 State the organisational procedures developed to report

and rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable

resources and how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and

how they are interpreted in relation to:

– drawings, scales, specifications, schedules,

manufacturers’ information and regulations governing

buildings.

2 Know how to comply with

relevant legislation and official

guidance when repairing

rainwater systems.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities under current legislation

and official guidance whilst working:

– in the workplace, at height, with tools and equipment,

with materials and substances, with movement/storage of

materials and by manual handling and mechanical lifting

– near telephone lines and overhead power supplies.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 State what the accident reporting procedures are and who

is responsible for making reports.

3 Maintain safe working practices

when repairing rainwater

systems.

3.1 Use personal protective equipment (PPE) and access

equipment safely to carry out the activity in accordance

with legislation and organisational requirements when

repairing rainwater systems.

3.2 Explain why and when personal protective equipment

(PPE) should be used, relating to repairing rainwater

systems, and the types, purpose and limitations of each

type.

3.3 State how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and personal

skills when involved with fires, spillages, injuries and other

task-related hazards.

4 Select the required quantity and

quality of resources for the

methods of work to repair

rainwater systems.

4.1 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, limitations and

defects associated with the resources in relation to:

– polymer liners, sarking, cappings, corner inserts,

boundary dividers, sealants, fixings

– hand and/or powered tools and equipment.

4.2 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components, fixings, tools and equipment.

4.3 State how the resources should be used correctly, how

problems associated with the resources are reported and

how the organisational procedures are used.

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

4.4 Outline potential hazards associated with the resources

and method of work.

4.5 Describe how to calculate quantity, length, area and

wastage associated with the method/procedure to repair

rainwater systems.

5 Minimise the risk of damage to

the work and surrounding area

when repairing rainwater

systems.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Describe how to protect work from damage and the

purpose of protection in relation to general workplace

activities, other occupations and adverse weather

conditions.

5.4 Dispose of waste in accordance with legislation.

5.5 State why the disposal of waste should be carried out in

relation to the work.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when repairing

rainwater systems.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

6.2 State the purpose of the work programme and explain

why deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– types of progress charts, timetables and estimated times

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances

which will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given contract

information to repair rainwater

systems to the required

specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when repairing

rainwater systems:

– measuring, marking out, cutting and profiling.

7.2 Repair existing concrete gutters with polymer liners to

contractor’s working instructions.

7.3 Describe how to apply safe work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– re-line concrete gutters with polymer liners and corner

inserts

– seal downpipe outlets

– replace sarking

– assess expansion and contraction across products

– assess compatibility across manufacturer’s products

– use hand tools, power tools and equipment

– use access equipment.

7.4 Safely use and store hand tools, portable power tools and

ancillary equipment.

7.5 State the needs of other occupations and how to

communicate within a team when repairing rainwater

systems.

7.6 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used

when repairing rainwater systems.

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Unit T/615/1608

Applying sealants to structural fabric in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given information

relating to the work and resources

when applying sealants to

structural fabric.

1.1 Interpret and extract information from drawings,

specifications, schedules, job sheets, method statements

and manufacturers’ information.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived

from risk assessments and method statement.

1.3 State the organisational procedures developed to report

and rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable

resources and how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and

how they are interpreted in relation to:

– drawings, specifications, schedules, job sheets, method

statements, manufacturers’ information and regulations

governing buildings.

2 Know how to comply with relevant

legislation and official guidance

when applying sealants to

structural fabric.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities under current legislation

and official guidance whilst working:

– in the workplace, below ground level, at height, with

tools and equipment, with materials and substances, with

movement/storage of materials and by manual handling

and mechanical lifting.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 State what the accident reporting procedures are and

who is responsible for making reports.

3 Maintain safe working practices

when applying sealants to

structural fabric.

3.1 Use personal protective equipment (PPE) safely to carry

out the activity in accordance with legislation and

organisational requirements when applying sealants to

structural fabric.

3.2 Explain why and when personal protective equipment

(PPE) should be used, relating to applying sealants to

structural fabric, and the types, purpose and limitations

of each type.

3.3 State how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and

personal skills when involved with fires, spillages, injuries

and other task-related hazards.

4 Select the required quantity and

quality of resources for the

methods of work to apply sealants

to structural fabric.

4.1 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, limitations and

defects associated with the resources in relation to:

– sealants

– applicators

– hand and/or powered tools and equipment.

4.2 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components, fixings, tools and equipment.

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Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

4.3 State how the resources should be used correctly, how

problems associated with the resources are reported and

how the organisational procedures are used.

4.4 Outline potential hazards associated with the resources

and method of work.

4.5 Describe how to calculate quantity, length and area

associated with the method/procedure to apply sealants

to structural fabric.

5 Minimise the risk of damage to the

work and surrounding area when

applying sealants to structural

fabric.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Describe how to protect work from damage and the

purpose of protection in relation to general workplace

activities, other occupations and adverse weather

conditions.

5.4 Dispose of waste in accordance with legislation.

5.5 State why the disposal of waste should be carried out in

relation to the work.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when applying

sealants to structural fabric.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

6.2 State the purpose of the work programme and explain

why deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– types of progress charts, timetables and estimated

times

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances

which will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given contract

information to apply sealants to

structural fabric to the required

specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when applying

sealants to structural fabric:

– measuring, cleaning, preparing, checking, selecting and

applying.

7.2 Prepare joints and apply sealant by manual application to

seal concrete floors and two or more of the following

structures to contractor’s working instructions:

– masonry

– soffits

– window/door frames

– work surfaces/sanitary ware.

7.3 Mix multi-part sealants.

7.4 Describe how to apply safe work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– prepare joints and seal timber, concrete, metal,

masonry, ceramics, plastics

– mix multi-part sealants

– use and maintain applicators, hand tools, power tools

and equipment.

7.5 Safely use and store hand tools, portable power tools,

ancillary equipment and applicators.

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7.6 State the needs of other occupations and how to

communicate within a team when applying sealants to

structural fabric.

7.7 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used

when applying sealants to structural fabric.

Endorsements

One of the following endorsements required:

Masonry

Soffits

Windows/door frames

Work surfaces/sanitary ware

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Unit A/615/1609

Erecting and dismantling access/working platforms in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given information

relating to the work and resources

when erecting and dismantling

access/working platforms.

1.1 Interpret and extract information from specifications,

method statements, risk assessments and

manufacturers’ information.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived

from risk assessments and method statement.

1.3 State the organisational procedures developed to report

and rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable

resources and how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and

how they are interpreted in relation to:

– specifications, current legislation, method statements,

risk assessments and manufacturers’ information.

2 Know how to comply with relevant

legislation and official guidance

when erecting and dismantling

access/working platforms.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities under current legislation

and official guidance whilst working:

– in the workplace, at height, in confined areas, with

tools and equipment, with movement/storage of

materials and by manual handling.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 State what the accident reporting procedures are and

who is responsible for making reports.

3 Maintain safe working practices

when erecting and dismantling

access/working platforms.

3.1 Use personal protective equipment (PPE) and access

equipment safely to carry out the activity in accordance

with legislation and organisational requirements when

erecting and dismantling access/working platforms.

3.2 Explain why, when and how personal protective

equipment (PPE) should be used, relating to erecting and

dismantling access/working platforms, and the types,

purpose and limitations of each type.

3.3 State how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and

personal skills when involved with fires, spillages, injuries

and other task-related hazards.

4 Select the required quantity and

quality of resources for the

methods of work to erect and

dismantle access/working

platforms.

4.1 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, limitations and

defects associated with the resources in relation to:

– ladders/crawler boards

– stepladders/platform steps

– trestles

– proprietary staging/podiums

– proprietary towers

– mobile scaffold towers

– protection equipment and notices

– tools and ancillary equipment.

4.2 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components, tools and equipment.

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Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

4.3 State how the resources should be used correctly, how

problems associated with the resources are reported and

how the organisational procedures are used.

4.4 Outline potential hazards associated with the resources

and method of work.

4.5 Describe how to calculate quantity of equipment

required associated with the method/procedure to erect

and dismantle access equipment/working platforms.

5 Minimise the risk of damage to the

work and surrounding area when

erecting and dismantling

access/working platforms.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Describe how to protect work from damage and the

purpose of protection in relation to general workplace

activities, other occupations and adverse weather

conditions.

5.4 Dispose of waste in accordance with legislation.

5.5 State why the disposal of waste should be carried out in

relation to the work.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when erecting and

dismantling access/working

platforms.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the

allocated time.

6.2 State the purpose of the work programme and explain

why deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances

which will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given contract

information to erect and dismantle

access/ working platforms to the

required specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when erecting and

dismantling access/working platforms:

– moving, positioning/erecting, securing, checking,

dismantling and removing.

7.2 Erect, dismantle and store two of the following access

equipment to given access regulations:

– ladders/crawler boards

– stepladders/platform steps

– proprietary towers

– trestle platforms

– mobile scaffold towers

– proprietary staging/podiums.

7.3 Describe how to apply safe work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– provide protection to the work area

– establish a base for equipment

– erect proprietary access equipment to manufacturer’s

instructions suitable for the work

– erect non-proprietary access equipment suitable for

the work

– place protective screens and notices

– check/monitor equipment during the period of use

– dismantle and store access equipment

– use tools and equipment

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Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

– work at height.

7.4 Safely use and store materials, hand tools and ancillary

equipment.

7.5 State the needs of other occupations and how to

communicate within a team when erecting and

dismantling access/working platforms.

7.6 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used

when erecting and dismantling access/working

platforms.

Endorsements

One of the following endorsements required (i.e. own area of work)

Joint sealant application

Point of purchase

Industrial storage systems

Loading bay equipment

Plus two of the following endorsement required:

Ladders/crawler boards

Step ladders/platform steps

Proprietary towers

Trestle platforms

Mobile scaffold towers

Proprietary staging/podiums

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Unit T/615/1611

Establishing work area protection and safety in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given information

relating to the work and

resources when establishing

work area protection and

safety.

1.1 Interpret and extract relevant information from drawings,

plans, risk assessments, method statements, specifications,

schedules, site inspections and manufacturers’ information.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived from

risk assessments and method statements.

1.3 Describe the organisational procedures developed to report

and rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable

resources and how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and

how they are interpreted in relation to:

– drawings, plans, risk assessments, method statements,

specifications, schedules, site inspection reports,

manufacturers’ information, regulations and official

guidance associated with protecting work areas.

2 Know how to comply with

relevant legislation and official

guidance when establishing

work area protection and

safety.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities regarding potential accidents

and health hazards, whilst working:

– in the workplace, below ground level, in confined spaces,

at height, with tools and equipment, with materials and

substances, with movement/storage of materials and by

manual handling and mechanical lifting.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 Explain what the accident reporting procedures are and who

is responsible for making reports.

3 Maintain safe and healthy

working practices when

establishing work area

protection and safety.

3.1 Use health and safety control equipment and access

equipment safely to carry out the activity in accordance with

current legislation and organisational requirements when

establishing work area protection and safety.

3.2 Comply with information relating to specific risks to health

when establishing work area protection and safety.

3.3 Explain why and when health and safety control equipment,

identified by the principles of protection, should be used,

relating to establishing work area protection and safety, and

the types, purpose and limitations of each type, the work

situation and general

work environment, in relation to:

– collective protective measures

– personal protective equipment (PPE)

– respiratory protective equipment (RPE)

– local exhaust ventilation (LEV).

3.4 Describe how the relevant health and safety control

equipment should be used in accordance with the given

instructions.

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

3.5 Describe how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and personal

skills when involved with fires, spillages, injuries and other

task-related hazards.

4 Select the required quantity and

quality of resources for the

methods of work to establish

work area protection and

safety.

4.1 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components and fixings, and tools and equipment.

4.2 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, sustainability,

limitations and defects associated with the resources in

relation to:

– safety and security barriers

– protection and safety notices

– temporary structures

– signs and lighting

– hand and/or powered tools and equipment.

4.3 Describe how the resources should be used correctly and

how problems associated with the resources are reported.

4.4 Explain why the organisational procedures have been

developed and how they are used for the selection of

required resources.

4.5 Describe any potential hazards associated with the resources

and methods of work.

4.6 Describe how to calculate quantity, length and area

associated with the method/procedure to establish work

area protection and safety.

5 Minimise the risk of damage to

the work and surrounding area

when establishing work area

protection and safety.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage in

accordance with safe working practices and organisational

procedures.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Dispose of waste in accordance with current legislation.

5.4 Describe how to protect work from damage and the purpose

of protection in relation to general workplace activities,

other occupations and adverse weather conditions.

5.5 Explain why the disposal of waste should be carried out

safely in accordance with environmental responsibilities,

organisational procedures, manufacturers’ information,

statutory regulations and official guidance.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when

establishing work area

protection and safety.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

6.2 Describe the purpose of the work programme and explain

why deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– types of progress charts, timetables and estimated times

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances

which will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given contract

information to establish work

area protection and safety to

the required specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when establishing

work area protection and safety:

– measuring, setting out, positioning, assembling,

constructing, securing and dismantling.

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

7.2 Install, maintain and remove temporary protection and

safety arrangements for the work area, to given working

instructions, relating to barriers/temporary structures and

one of the following:

– protection and safety notices

– safety lighting.

7.3 Safely use materials, hand tools, portable power tools and

ancillary equipment.

7.4 Safely store the materials, tools and equipment used when

establishing work area protection and safety.

7.5 Describe how to apply safe and healthy work practices,

follow procedures, report problems and establish the

authority needed to rectify them, to:

– plan for the protection and the safety of the work and

surrounding environment

– install, check and maintain the protection and safety

equipment

– dismantle and remove protection and safety equipment

– install safety notices

– install lighting systems

– use hand tools, power tools and equipment

– work at height

– use access equipment.

7.6 Describe the needs of other occupations and how to

effectively communicate within a team when establishing

work area protection and safety.

7.7 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used

when establishing work area protection and safety.

Endorsements

The following endorsement required (i.e. own area of work):

Joint sealant application

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Unit A/615/1612

Installing internal display systems in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given information

relating to the work and resources

when installing internal display

systems.

1.1 Interpret and extract information from drawings,

specifications, schedules and manufacturers’ information.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived

from risk assessments and method statement.

1.3 State the organisational procedures developed to report

and rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable

resources and how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and

how they are interpreted in relation to:

– drawings, specifications, schedules and manufacturers’

information.

2 Know how to comply with relevant

legislation and official guidance

when installing internal display

systems.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities under current legislation

and official guidance whilst working:

– in the workplace, at height, with tools and equipment,

with materials and substances, with movement/storage

of materials and by manual handling and mechanical

lifting.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 State what the accident reporting procedures are and

who is responsible for making reports.

3 Maintain safe working practices

when installing internal display

systems.

3.1 Use personal protective equipment (PPE) safely to carry

out the activity in accordance with legislation and

organisational requirements when installing internal

display systems.

3.2 Explain why and when personal protective equipment

(PPE) should be used, relating to installing internal display

systems, and the types, purpose and limitations of each

type.

3.3 State how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and

personal skills when involved with fires, spillages, injuries

and other task-related hazards.

4 Select the required quantity and

quality of resources for the

methods of work to install internal

display systems.

4.1 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, limitations and

defects associated with the resources in relation to:

– manufactured sheet material, metals, plastics, fabrics,

counters, display units

– adhesives, sealants, fixings and associated ancillary

items

– hand and/or powered tools and equipment.

4.2 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components, fixings, tools and equipment.

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4.3 State how the resources should be used correctly, how

problems associated with the resources are reported and

how the organisational procedures are used.

4.4 Outline potential hazards associated with the resources

and method of work.

4.5 Describe how to calculate quantity, length and area

associated with the method/procedure to install internal

display systems.

5 Minimise the risk of damage to the

work and surrounding area when

installing internal display systems.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Describe how to protect work from damage and the

purpose of protection in relation to general workplace

activities, other occupations and adverse weather

conditions.

5.4 Dispose of waste in accordance with legislation and

client/customer procedures.

5.5 State why the disposal of waste should be carried out in

relation to the work.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when installing

internal display systems.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

6.2 State the purpose of the work programme and explain

why deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– types of progress charts, timetables and estimated

times

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances

which will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given contract

information to install internal

display systems to the required

specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when installing

internal display systems:

– measuring, marking out, fitting, finishing, positioning

and securing.

7.2 Install any two of the following internal display systems

to given working instructions:

– free standing

– wall mounted

– ceiling mounted

– glass mounted.

7.3 Describe how to apply safe work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– prepare and install free standing, wall mounted, ceiling

mounted and glass mounted systems

– determine the layout of displays

– determine the location and accessibility of the display

– establish the displayed product’s requirements

– form joints associated with internal display installation

– use hand tools, power tools and equipment.

7.4 Safely use and store hand tools, portable power tools and

ancillary equipment.

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7.5 State the needs of other occupations and how to

communicate within a team when installing internal

display systems.

7.6 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used

when installing internal display systems.

Endorsements

Two of the following endorsements required:

Free standing

Wall mounted

Ceiling mounted

Glass mounted

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Unit J/615/1614

Installing display signs in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given information

relating to the work and

resources when installing display

signs.

1.1 Interpret and extract information from drawings,

specifications, schedules and manufacturers’ information.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived from

risk assessments and method statement.

1.3 State the organisational procedures developed to report

and rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable

resources and how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and

how they are interpreted in relation to:

– drawings, specifications, schedules and manufacturers’

information.

2 Know how to comply with

relevant legislation and official

guidance when installing display

signs.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities under current legislation and

official guidance whilst working:

– in the workplace, at height, with tools and equipment,

with materials and substances, with movement/storage of

materials and by manual handling and mechanical lifting.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 State what the accident reporting procedures are and who

is responsible for making reports.

3 Maintain safe working practices

when installing display signs.

3.1 Use personal protective equipment (PPE) safely to carry

out the activity in accordance with legislation and

organisational requirements when installing display signs.

3.2 Explain why and when personal protective equipment (PPE)

should be used, relating to installing display signs, and the

types, purpose and limitations of each type.

3.3 State how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and personal

skills when involved with fires, spillages, injuries and other

task-related hazards.

4 Select the required quantity and

quality of resources for the

methods of work to install display

signs.

4.1 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, limitations and

defects associated with the resources in relation to:

– proprietary display signs

– manufactured sheet materials, metals, plastics and

fabrics

– adhesives, sealants, fixings and ancillary items

– hand and/or powered tools and equipment.

4.2 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components, fixings, tools and equipment.

4.3 State how the resources should be used correctly, how

problems associated with the resources are reported and

how the organisational procedures are used.

4.4 Outline potential hazards associated with the resources

and method of work.

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

4.5 Describe how to calculate quantity, length and area

associated with the method/procedure to install display

signs.

5 Minimise the risk of damage to

the work and surrounding area

when installing display signs.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Describe how to protect work from damage and the

purpose of protection in relation to general workplace

activities, other occupations and adverse weather

conditions.

5.4 Dispose of waste in accordance with legislation and

client/customer procedures.

5.5 State why the disposal of waste should be carried out in

relation to the work.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when installing

display signs.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

6.2 State the purpose of the work programme and explain why

deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– types of progress charts, timetables and estimated times

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances

which will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given contract

information to install display

signs to the required

specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when installing

display signs:

– measuring, marking out, fitting, finishing, positioning and

securing.

7.2 Install any two of the following illuminated and/or nonilluminated display signs to given working instructions:

– free standing

– wall mounted

– ceiling mounted.

7.3 Describe how to apply safe work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– prepare and install illuminated and/or non-illuminated

free standing wall and ceiling mounted display signs

– determine the layout of display signs

– determine the location and accessibility of the display

signs

– establish the displayed product’s requirements

– use hand tools, power tools and equipment.

7.4 Safely use and store hand tools, portable power tools and

ancillary equipment.

7.5 State the needs of other occupations and how to

communicate within a team when installing display signs.

7.6 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used

when installing display signs.

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Endorsements

Two of the following endorsements required:

Free standing

Wall mounted

Ceiling mounted

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Unit L/615/1615

Installing graphic displays in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given information

relating to the work and

resources when installing graphic

displays.

1.1 Interpret and extract information from drawings,

specifications, schedules and manufacturers’ information.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived from

risk assessments and method statement.

1.3 State the organisational procedures developed to report

and rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable

resources and how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and

how they are interpreted in relation to:

– drawings, specifications, schedules and manufacturers’

information.

2 Know how to comply with

relevant legislation and official

guidance when installing graphic

displays.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities under current legislation and

official guidance whilst working:

– in the workplace, at height, with tools and equipment,

with materials and substances, with movement/storage of

materials and by manual handling and mechanical lifting.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 State what the accident reporting procedures are and who

is responsible for making reports.

3 Maintain safe working practices

when installing graphic displays.

3.1 Use personal protective equipment (PPE) safely to carry

out the activity in accordance with legislation and

organisational requirements when installing graphic

displays.

3.2 Explain why and when personal protective equipment

(PPE) should be used, relating to installing graphic displays,

and the types, purpose and limitations of each type.

3.3 State how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and personal

skills when involved with fires, spillages, injuries and other

task-related hazards.

4 Select the required quantity and

quality of resources for the

methods of work to install graphic

displays.

4.1 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, limitations and

defects associated with the resources in relation to:

– plastic, vinyl, fabric

– adhesives, sealants, fixings and ancillary items

– hand and/or powered tools and equipment.

4.2 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components, fixings, tools and equipment.

4.3 State how the resources should be used correctly, how

problems associated with the resources are reported and

how the organisational procedures are used.

4.4 Outline potential hazards associated with the resources

and method of work.

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

4.5 Describe how to calculate quantity, length and area

associated with the method/procedure to install graphic

displays.

5 Minimise the risk of damage to

the work and surrounding area

when installing graphic displays.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Describe how to protect work from damage and the

purpose of protection in relation to general workplace

activities, other occupations and adverse weather

conditions.

5.4 Dispose of waste in accordance with legislation and

client/customer procedures.

5.5 State why the disposal of waste should be carried out in

relation to the work.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when installing

graphic displays.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

6.2 State the purpose of the work programme and explain why

deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– types of progress charts, timetables and estimated times

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances

which will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given contract

information to install graphic

displays to the required

specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when installing

graphic displays:

– measuring, marking out, cutting, fitting, finishing,

positioning and securing.

7.2 Install any of the following graphic displays to given

working instructions:

– glass mounted

– wall mounted

– free standing.

7.3 Describe how to apply safe work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– prepare and apply wall mounted, glass mounted and free

standing graphic displays

– determine the layout of graphic displays

– determine the location of graphic displays

– establish the displayed product‘s requirements

– use hand tools, power tools and equipment.

7.4 Safely use and store hand tools, portable power tools and

ancillary equipment.

7.5 State the needs of other occupations and how to

communicate within a team when installing graphic

displays.

7.6 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used

when installing graphic displays.

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Endorsements

Two of the following endorsements required:

Free standing

Wall mounted

Ceiling mounted

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Unit R/615/1616

Maintaining and repairing industrial storage systems in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given information

relating to the work and resources

when maintaining and repairing

industrial storage systems.

1.1 Interpret and extract information from drawings,

specifications, schedules, manufacturers’ information,

risk assessments and method statements.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived

from risk assessments and method statement.

1.3 State the organisational procedures developed to report

and rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable

resources and how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and

how they are interpreted in relation to:

– drawings, specifications, schedules, manufacturers’

information, risk assessments, method statements and

regulations governing industrial storage systems.

2 Know how to comply with relevant

legislation and official guidance

when maintaining and repairing

industrial storage systems.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities under current legislation

and official guidance whilst working:

– in the workplace, in confined spaces, at height, with

tools and equipment, with materials and substances, with

movement/storage of materials and by manual handling

and mechanical lifting.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 State what the accident reporting procedures are and

who is responsible for making reports.

3 Maintain safe working practices

when maintaining and repairing

industrial storage systems.

3.1 Use personal protective equipment (PPE) and access

equipment safely to carry out the activity in accordance

with legislation and organisational requirements when

maintaining and repairing industrial storage systems.

3.2 Explain why and when personal protective equipment

(PPE) should be used, relating to maintaining and

repairing industrial storage systems, and the types,

purpose and limitations of each type.

3.3 State how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and

personal skills when involved with fires, spillages, injuries

and other task-related hazards.

4 Select the required quantity and

quality of resources for the

methods of work to maintain and

repair industrial storage systems.

4.1 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, limitations and

defects associated with the resources in relation to:

– frames, beams, rails, support and anchoring devices

– ancillary pallet racking and industrial shelving

components

– hand and/or powered tools and equipment.

4.2 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components, fixings, tools and equipment.

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4.3 State how the resources should be used correctly, how

problems associated with the resources are reported and

how the organisational procedures are used.

4.4 Outline potential hazards associated with the resources

and method of work.

4.5 Describe how to calculate quantity, length, area and

wastage associated with the method/procedure to

maintain and repair industrial storage systems.

5 Minimise the risk of damage to the

work and surrounding area when

maintaining and repairing

industrial storage systems.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Describe how to protect work from damage and the

purpose of protection in relation to general workplace

activities, other occupations and adverse weather

conditions.

5.4 Dispose of waste in accordance with legislation.

5.5 State why the disposal of waste should be carried out in

relation to the work.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when maintaining

and repairing industrial storage

systems.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

6.2 State the purpose of the work programme and explain

why deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– types of progress charts, timetables and estimated

times

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances

which will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given contract

information to maintain and repair

industrial storage systems to the

required specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when maintaining

and repairing industrial storage systems:

– measuring, marking out, fitting, finishing, positioning,

replacing and securing.

7.2 Maintain and repair industrial storage systems to given

working instructions for standard adjustable pallet

racking (APR) (up to 12 metres) plus two items from

group 1 and one item from group 2:

Group 1 (pallet racking):

– drive in/drive through

– dynamic storage

– high bay (over 12 metres)

– mobile

– mini load

– cantilever

– rack clad

– multi tier.

Group 2 (industrial shelving systems):

– carton live

– single tier

– multi tier

– long span

– mobile.

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Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

7.3 Describe how to apply safe work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– maintain and repair standard adjustable pallet racking

(APR) (up to 12 metres)

– install drive in and/or drive through and/or live storage

and/or high bay (over 12 metres) and/or mobile and/or

mini load and/or cantilever and/or rack clad and/or multi

tier pallet racking systems

– maintain and repair carton live and/or single tier and/or

multi tier and/or long span and/or mobile industrial

shelving systems

– identify faults, report and/or rectify within the limits of

your capabilities

– ensure equipment is functioning correctly

– use hand tools, power tools and equipment

– work at height

– use access equipment.

7.4 Safely use and store hand tools, portable power tools,

ancillary equipment and materials.

7.5 State the needs of other occupations and how to

communicate within a team when maintaining and

repairing industrial storage systems.

7.6 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used

when maintaining and repairing industrial storage

systems.

Endorsements

Group 1: Group 2:

Two of the following endorsements required: One of the following endorsements required:

Drive in/drive through Carton live

Dynamic storage Single tier

High bay (over 12 metres) Multi-tier

Mobile Long span

Mini load Mobile

Cantilever

Rack clad

Multi-tier

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Unit F/615/1627

Inspecting industrial storage systems in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given information

relating to the work and resources

when inspecting industrial storage

systems.

1.1 Interpret and extract information from drawings,

specifications, schedules, manufacturers’ information, risk

assessments and method statements.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived from

risk assessments and method statement.

1.3 State the organisational procedures developed to report

and rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable

resources and how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and

how they are interpreted in relation to:

– drawings, specifications, schedules, manufacturers’

information, risk assessments, method statements and

regulations governing industrial storage systems.

2 Know how to comply with relevant

legislation and official guidance

when inspecting industrial storage

systems.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities under current legislation

and official guidance whilst working:

– in the workplace, in confined spaces, at height, with

tools and equipment, with materials and substances, with

movement/storage of materials and by manual handling

and mechanical lifting.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 State what the accident reporting procedures are and

who is responsible for making reports.

3 Maintain safe working practices

when inspecting industrial storage

systems.

3.1 Use personal protective equipment (PPE) and access

equipment safely to carry out the activity in accordance

with legislation and organisational requirements when

inspecting industrial storage systems.

3.2 Explain why and when personal protective equipment

(PPE) should be used, relating to inspecting industrial

storage systems, and the types, purpose and limitations of

each type.

3.3 State how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and

personal skills when involved with fires, spillages, injuries

and other task-related hazards.

4 Select the required quantity and

quality of resources for the

methods of work to inspect

industrial storage systems.

4.1 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, limitations and

defects associated with the resources in relation to:

– hand and/or powered tools and equipment.

4.2 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components, fixings, tools and equipment.

4.3 State how the resources should be used correctly, how

problems associated with the resources are reported and

how the organisational procedures are used.

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

4.4 Outline potential hazards associated with the resources

and method of work.

4.5 Describe how to calculate quantity, length, area and

wastage associated with the method/procedure to

inspect industrial storage systems.

5 Minimise the risk of damage to the

work and surrounding area when

inspecting industrial storage

systems.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Describe how to protect work from damage and the

purpose of protection in relation to general workplace

activities, other occupations and adverse weather

conditions.

5.4 Dispose of waste in accordance with legislation.

5.5 State why the disposal of waste should be carried out in

relation to the work.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when inspecting

industrial storage systems.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

6.2 State the purpose of the work programme and explain

why deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– types of progress charts, timetables and estimated

times

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances

which will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given contract

information to inspect industrial

storage systems to the required

specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when inspecting

industrial storage systems:

– identifying, measuring, recording and reporting.

7.2 Prepare for and inspect industrial storage systems to

given working instructions for standard adjustable pallet

racking (APR) (up to 12 metres) plus one item from group

1 and one item from group 2:

Group 1 (pallet racking)

– drive in/drive through

– dynamic storage

– high bay (over 12 metres)

– mobile

– mini load

– cantilever

– rack clad

– multi tier.

Group 2 (industrial shelving systems)

– carton live

– single tier

– multi tier

– long span

– mobile.

7.3 Describe how to apply safe work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– inspect standard adjustable pallet racking (APR)

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

– install drive in and drive through, live storage, high bay,

mobile, mini load, cantilever, rack clad and multi tier

pallet racking systems

– inspect carton live, single tier, multi tier, long span and

mobile industrial shelving systems

– ensure that the correct methods of installation have

been used

– identify defects and discrepancies

– identify re-occurrence of damage

– establish that correct signage has been used

– ensure correct operational use of the storage system

– ensure the storage system remains suitable to meet the

operational demands

– record and report the findings of the inspection

– use hand tools, power tools and equipment

– work at height

– use access equipment.

7.4 Safely use and store hand tools, portable power tools,

ancillary equipment and materials.

7.5 State the needs of other occupations and how to

communicate within a team when inspecting industrial

storage systems.

7.6 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used

when inspecting industrial storage systems.

Endorsements

Group 1: Group 2:

Two of the following endorsements required: One of the following endorsements required:

Drive in/drive through Carton live

Dynamic storage Single tier

High bay (over 12 metres) Multi-tier

Mobile Long span

Mini load Mobile

Cantilever

Rack clad

Multi-tier

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Unit Y/615/1634

Installing loading bay equipment in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given

information relating to the

work and resources when

installing loading bay

equipment.

1.1 Interpret and extract relevant information from drawings,

specifications, schedules, method statements, risk assessments

and manufacturers’ information.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived from risk

assessments and method statements.

1.3 Describe the organisational procedures developed to report and

rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable resources and

how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and how

they are interpreted in relation to:

– drawings, specifications, schedules, method statements,

risk assessments, manufacturers’ information, current

regulations governing buildings and official guidance

associated with the installation of loading bay

equipment.

2 Know how to comply with

relevant legislation and

official guidance when

installing loading bay

equipment.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities regarding potential accidents and

health hazards, whilst working:

– in the workplace, below ground level, at height, in

confined spaces, with tools and equipment, with

materials and substances, with movement/storage of

materials and by manual handling and mechanical lifting.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 Explain what the accident reporting procedures are and who is

responsible for making reports.

3 Maintain safe and healthy

working practices when

installing loading bay

equipment.

3.1 Use health and safety control equipment and access equipment

(if applicable) safely to carry out the activity in accordance with

current legislation and organisational requirements when

installing loading bay equipment.

3.2 Comply with information relating to specific risks to health when

installing loading bay equipment.

3.3 Explain why and when health and safety control equipment,

identified by the principles of protection, should be used, relating

to installing loading bay equipment, and the types, purpose and

limitations of each type, the work situation and general work

environment, in relation to:

– collective protective measures

– personal protective equipment (PPE)

– respiratory protective equipment (RPE)

– local exhaust ventilation (LEV).

3.4 Describe how the relevant health and safety control equipment

should be used in accordance with the given instructions.

3.5 Describe how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and personal skills

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

when involved with fires, spillages, injuries and other taskrelated hazards.

4 Select the required

quantity and quality of

resources for the methods

of work to install loading

bay equipment.

4.1 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components, fixings, tools, equipment and

consumables.

4.2 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, sustainability,

limitations and defects associated with the resources in relation

to:

– fixtures and fittings

– motorised equipment

– consumables

– hand tools, portable power tools, power tools and equipment

– operation, safety and maintenance documentation.

4.3 Describe how the resources should be used correctly and how

problems associated with the resources are reported.

4.4 Explain why the organisational procedures have been developed

and how they are used for the selection of required resources.

4.5 Describe any potential hazards associated with the resources and

methods of work.

4.6 Describe how to calculate quantity, length, area and wastage

associated with the method/procedure to install loading bay

equipment.

5 Minimise the risk of

damage to the work and

surrounding area when

installing loading bay

equipment.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage in

accordance with safe working practices and organisational

procedures.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Dispose of waste in accordance with current legislation.

5.4 Describe how to protect work from damage and the purpose of

protection in relation to general workplace activities, other

occupations and adverse weather conditions.

5.5 Explain why the disposal of waste should be carried out safely in

accordance with environmental responsibilities, organisational

procedures, manufacturers’ information, statutory regulations

and official guidance.

6 Complete the work within

the allocated time when

installing loading bay

equipment.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated time.

6.2 Describe the purpose of the work programme and explain why

deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– types of progress charts, timetables and estimated times

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances which

will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given

contract information to

install loading bay

equipment to the required

specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when installing loading bay

equipment:

– measuring, marking out, checking, aligning, levelling,

plumbing, positioning, fitting, adjusting, fixing and securing.

7.2 Install six of the following loading bay equipment in newly

completed structures or existing structures to given working

instructions:

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

– dock levellers (hinged lip, telescopic lip or drawbridge)

– scissor lifts

– dock seals

– wheel guides

– vehicle restraints

– bumpers

– lights, traffic and/or dock

– composite or standard control panels.

7.3 Safely use and handle materials, hand tools, portable power

tools, power tools and ancillary equipment.

7.4 Safely store the materials, tools and equipment used when

installing loading bay equipment.

7.5 Describe how to apply safe and healthy work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority needed

to rectify them, to:

– confirm installation type

– check and confirm the dimensions of new and existing

structures

– agree appropriate ways in which the work should be carried

out

– maintain the principles of minimum intervention and reversible

alterations

– stop work at the point when guesswork begins and report

findings

– recognise the structural composition of mounting and fixing

points

– identify parts and components of loading bay equipment

– assemble loading bay equipment

– control and guide lifting appliances

7.6 Describe how to apply safe and healthy work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority needed

to rectify them, to:

– install loading bay equipment, dock levellers: hinged lip,

telescopic lip and drawbridge, scissor lifts, dock seals, wheel

guides, vehicle restraints, bumpers, traffic and dock lights and

composite and standard control panels

– install ready assembled loading bay equipment

check the integrity, fit, installation of loading bay equipment

– position, align and secure cables, conduits and pipes

– test operation functions

– inspect, check and test safety devices

– weld equipment

– recognise and determine when specialist skills and knowledge

are required and report accordingly

– work on buildings of historical significance

7.7 Describe how to apply safe and healthy work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority needed

to rectify them, to:

– describe the operation for optimal energy saving performance

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

– provide operation, safety and maintenance information to

client, customer or their representative

– use hand tools, portable power tools, power tools and

equipment

– work at height

– use access equipment.

7.8 Describe the needs of other occupations and how to effectively

communicate within a team when installing loading bay

equipment.

7.9 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used when

installing loading bay equipment.

Endorsements

One of the following endorsements required:

Dock leveller hinged lip

Dock leveller telescopic lip

Dock leveller drawbridge

Plus at least five of the following:

Scissor lift

Dock seal

Wheel guide

Vehicle restraint

Bumper

Lights, traffic and/or dock

Composite or standard control panel

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Unit K/615/1640

Servicing and maintaining loading bay equipment in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given

information relating to the

work and resources when

servicing and maintaining

loading bay equipment.

1.1 Interpret and extract relevant information from drawings,

specifications, schedules, method statements, risk

assessments, parts manuals and manufacturers’ information.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived from

risk assessments and method statements.

1.3 Describe the organisational procedures developed to report

and rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable

resources and how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and how

they are interpreted in relation to:

– drawings, specifications, schedules method statements, risk

assessments, manufacturers’ information, current regulations

governing buildings and official guidance associated with

servicing and maintaining loading bay equipment.

2 Know how to comply with

relevant legislation and

official guidance when

servicing and maintaining

loading bay equipment.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities regarding potential accidents

and health hazards, whilst working:

– in the workplace, below ground level, at height, in confined

spaces, with tools and equipment, with materials and

substances, with movement/storage of materials and by

manual handling and mechanical lifting.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 Explain what the accident reporting procedures are and who

is responsible for making reports.

3 Maintain safe and healthy

working practices when

servicing and maintaining

loading bay equipment.

3.1 Use health and safety control equipment and access

equipment (if applicable) safely to carry out the activity in

accordance with current legislation and organisational

requirements when servicing and maintaining loading bay

equipment.

3.2 Comply with information relating to specific risks to health

when servicing and maintaining loading bay equipment.

3.3 Explain why and when health and safety control equipment,

identified by the principles of protection, should be used,

relating to servicing and maintaining loading bay equipment,

and the types, purpose and limitations of each type, the work

situation and general work environment, in relation to:

– collective protective measures

– personal protective equipment (PPE)

– respiratory protective equipment (RPE)

– local exhaust ventilation (LEV).

3.4 Describe how the relevant health and safety control

equipment should be used in accordance with the given

instructions.

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

3.5 Describe how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and personal

skills when involved with fires, spillages, injuries and other

task-related hazards.

4 Select the required quantity

and quality of resources for

the methods of work to

service and maintain loading

bay equipment.

4.1 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components, fixings, tools equipment and

consumables.

4.2 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, sustainability,

limitations and defects associated with the resources in

relation to:

– consumables, lubricants and fluids, cleaning materials and

equipment

– components and associated ancillary items

– ancillary equipment for the service and maintenance work

– test and inspection equipment

– hand tools, portable power tools, power tools and

equipment.

4.3 Describe how the resources should be used correctly and

how problems associated with the resources are reported.

4.4 Explain why the organisational procedures have been

developed and how they are used for the selection of

required resources.

4.5 Describe any potential hazards associated with the resources

and methods of work.

4.6 Describe how to calculate quantity, length, area and wastage

associated with the method/procedure to service and

maintain loading bay equipment.

5 Minimise the risk of damage

to the work and surrounding

area when servicing and

maintaining loading bay

equipment.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage in

accordance with safe working practices and organisational

procedures.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Dispose of waste in accordance with current legislation.

5.4 Describe how to protect work from damage and the purpose

of protection in relation to general workplace activities, other

occupations and adverse weather conditions.

5.5 Explain why the disposal of waste should be carried out safely

in accordance with environmental responsibilities,

organisational procedures, manufacturers’ information,

statutory regulations and official guidance.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when servicing

and maintaining loading bay

equipment.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

6.2 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

Describe the purpose of the work programme and explain

why deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– types of progress charts, timetables and estimated times

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances

which will affect the work programme.

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

7 Comply with the given

contract information to

service and maintain loading

bay equipment to the

required specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when servicing and

maintaining loading bay equipment:

– dismantling, assessing, repairing, replacing, lubricating,

assembling and checking.

7.2 Service and maintain loading bay equipment to given working

instructions.

7.3 Test operation functions of loading bay equipment.

7.4 Record and report findings using the appropriate method.

7.5 Safely use and handle materials, hand tools, portable power

tools and ancillary equipment.

7.6 Safely store the materials, tools and equipment used when

servicing and maintaining loading bay equipment.

7.7 Describe how to apply safe and healthy work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– refer to parts manuals, guides and technical service

bulletins, electronic data and cross reference information

– agree appropriate ways in which the work should be carried

out

– apply routine and non-routine maintenance service

methods and procedures required by the manufacturer and

owner

– maintain the principles of minimum intervention and

reversible alterations

– stop work at the point when guesswork begins and report

findings

– ensure power supply is isolated and locked off

– install safety props and guards

– control and guide lifting appliances

7.8 Describe how to apply safe and healthy work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– identify requirements of periodic, scheduled and event

based servicing methods for loading bay equipment; hinged

lip, telescopic lip, drawbridge scissor lifts, dock seals, wheel

guides, vehicle restraints, bumpers, traffic and dock lights

and composite or standard control panels

– replace serviceable items

– lubricate parts, components, linkages, cables

– clean parts and components

– remove, repair and replace unserviceable components and

parts

– remove and replace damaged, worn and unserviceable

components and parts

– secure fastenings, nuts, bolts (etc)

– fit safety devices in accordance with current legislation

7.9 Describe how to apply safe and healthy work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

– recognise and determine when specialist skills and

knowledge are required and report accordingly

– complete sensory checks for leaks, defects by sight, touch,

smell, sound

– test the operation of loading bay equipment

– inspect, check and test safety devices

– work on buildings of historical significance

– use hand tools, portable power tools, power tools and

equipment

– work at height

– use access equipment

– record and report findings, maintain records

7.10 Describe the needs of other occupations and how to

effectively communicate within a team when servicing and

maintaining loading bay equipment.

7.11 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used

when servicing and maintaining loading bay equipment.

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Unit J/615/1645

Using manual metal arc welding equipment

Learning Outcome

– The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Use manual

metal arc

welding

equipment

1.1 Work safely at all times, complying with health and safety legislation,

regulations and other relevant guidelines

1.2 Prepare for the manual metal arc welding process, to include carrying out

all of the following:

  • adhere to procedures or systems in place for risk assessment,

COSHH, personal protective equipment (PPE) and other relevant

safety regulations

  • check the condition and security of welding leads, earthing

arrangements and electrode holder

  • set and adjust the welding conditions/parameters, in accordance

with job instructions and the welding procedure specification

(where appropriate)

  • prepare the work area for the welding activities (such as

positioning welding screens and fume extraction)

  • prepare the materials and joint in readiness for welding (such as

cleaning of joint faces, grinding weld preparations, setting up the

joint, supporting the joint)

1.3 Obtain and prepare the appropriate manual metal arc welding equipment

and welding consumables

1.4 Use manual metal-arc welding and related equipment, to include either of

the following:

  • alternating current (AC) equipment
  • direct current (DC) equipment

1.5 Use one type of electrode from the following:

  • rutile
  • basic
  • cellulosic
  • other suitable electrodes

1.6 Prepare and support the joint, using the appropriate methods

1.7 Tack weld the joint at appropriate intervals, and check the joint for

accuracy before final welding

1.8 Weld the joint to the required quality, dimensions and profile specified

1.9 Produce two of the following welded joints of at least 100mm long, using

single or multi-run welds (as appropriate), with at least one stop and start

included:

  • fillet lap joints
  • Tee fillet joints
  • corner joints
  • butt joints

1.10 Produce joints in one of the following types of material:

  • carbon steel
  • stainless steel

1.11 Produce joints in one of the following forms of material:

  • plate
  • section

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Learning Outcome

– The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • pipe/tube
  • other forms

1.12 Weld joints, in good access situations, in one of the following BS EN ISO

6947 positions:

  • Flat (PA)
  • Horizontal vertical (PB)
  • Horizontal (PC)
  • Vertical upwards (PF)
  • Vertical downwards (PG)

1.13 Check that the welded joint conforms to the specification, by checking all

of the following:

  • dimensional accuracy
  • alignment/squareness
  • size and profile of weld
  • number of runs

1.14 Produce welded joints which meet all of the following: (with reference to

BS 4872 Part 1 Weld test requirements)

  • welds meet the required dimensional accuracy
  • fillet welds are equal in leg length and slightly convex in profile,

with the size of the fillet equivalent to the thickness of the

material welded

  • the welds are adequately fused, and there is minimal undercut,

overlap and surface inclusions

  • joins at stop/start positions merge smoothly, with no pronounced

hump or crater in the weld surface

  • tack welds are blended in to form part of the finished weld,

without excessive hump

  • the weld surface is free from cracks and substantially free from

porosity, shrinkage cavities and trapped slag

  • the weld surface and adjacent parent metal is substantially free

from arcing or chipping marks

1.15 Report any difficulties or problems that may arise with the welding

activities, and carry out any agreed actions

1.16 Shut down the equipment to a safe condition on conclusion of the welding

activities

1.17 Leave the work area in a safe and tidy condition on completion of the

welding activities

2 Know how to use

manual metal

arc welding

equipment

2.1 State the safe working practices and procedures that need to be followed

when using MMA welding equipment (such as general workshop safety;

appropriate personal protective equipment; fire prevention; protecting

other workers from the effects of the welding arc; safety in

enclosed/confined spaces; fume extraction/control)

2.2 State the hazards associated with MMA welding (such as live electrical

components; poor earthing; the electric arc; fumes and gases; spatter; hot

slag and metal; grinding and mechanical metal/slag removal; elevated

working; welding in enclosed spaces; slips, trips and falls), and how they

can be minimised

2.3 State the personal protective equipment (PPE) to be worn for the welding

activities (such as correctly fitting overalls; leather aprons, welding

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Learning Outcome

– The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

gloves/gauntlets; safety boots; head/eye shield with correct shade of

filter)

2.4 State the major parts of the welding equipment, and their function

(including AC and DC power sources and power ranges)

2.5 Describe types of electrodes used, and the correct control, storage and

drying of electrodes

2.6 State the types of welded joint to be produced (such as lap joints, corner

joints, tee joints, butt welds, single and multi-run welds)

2.7 Describe terminology used for the appropriate welding positions

2.8 Describe how to use and extract information from engineering drawings

and related specifications (to include symbols and conventions to

appropriate BS or ISO standards) in relation to work undertaken

2.9 Describe how to prepare the materials in readiness for the welding activity

(such as ensuring that the material is free from excessive surface

contamination (such as rust, scale, paint, oil/grease and moisture);

ensuring that edges to be welded are correctly prepared (such as made

flat, square or bevelled))

2.10 Describe how to set up and restrain the joint, and the tools and techniques

that are used (such as the use of jigs and fixtures, restraining devices (such

as clamps and weights/blocks); setting up the joint in the correct position

and alignment)

2.11 Describe tack welding size and spacing in relationship to material thickness

2.12 State the techniques of operating the welding equipment to produce a

range of joints in the various joint positions (such as striking and initiating

the arc; fine adjustment of parameters; correct manipulation and welding

speed of electrode; blending in stops/starts and tack welds)

2.13 Describe how to close down the welding equipment safely and correctly

2.14 Describe problems that can occur with the welding activities (such as

causes of distortion and methods of control, effects of welding on

materials and sources of weld defects), and how these can be overcome

2.15 Describe how to check the welded joints for uniformity, alignment,

position and weld size and profile

2.16 Describe when to act on their own initiative and when to seek help and

advice from others

2.17 State the importance of leaving the work area in a safe and clean

condition on completion of welding activities (such as isolation of

electrical supplies, safely storing equipment and consumables, removing

and disposing of waste)

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Unit J/615/1645

Using semi-automatic MIG or MAG welding equipment

Learning Outcome –

The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Use semiautomatic MIG or

MAG welding

equipment

1.1 Work safely at all times, complying with health and safety legislation,

regulations and other relevant guidelines

1.2 Prepare for the MIG, MAG or flux cored-wire welding process, to include

carrying out all of the following:

  • adhere to procedures or systems in place for risk assessment,

COSHH, personal protective equipment (PPE) and other relevant

safety regulations

  • check the condition and security of welding leads/cables, hoses,

shielding gas supply and wire feed mechanisms

  • set and adjust the welding conditions/parameters, in accordance

with the welding procedure specification

  • prepare the work area for the welding activities (such as

positioning welding screens and fume extraction)

  • prepare the materials and joint in readiness for welding (such as

cleaning of joint faces, grinding weld preparations, setting up the

joint, supporting the joint)

1.3 Obtain and prepare the appropriate welding equipment and welding

consumables

1.4 Use manual/semi-automatic welding and related equipment, to include

one of the following:

  • MIG
  • MAG
  • other flux-cored wire welding equipment

1.5 Use consumables appropriate to the material and application, to include

the following:

One of the following wire types:

  • solid wire
  • cored wire

Plus one of the following types of shielding gas:

  • inert
  • active

1.6 Prepare and support the joint, using the appropriate methods

1.7 Tack weld the joint at appropriate intervals, and check the joint for

accuracy before final welding

1.8 Weld the joint to the required quality, dimensions and profile specified

1.9 Produce two of the following welded joints of at least 150mm long, by

single or multi-run (as appropriate), with at least one stop and start

included:

  • fillet lap joints
  • Tee fillet joints
  • corner joints
  • butt joints

1.10 Produce joints in one of the following types of material:

  • carbon steel
  • stainless steel
  • aluminium

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Learning Outcome –

The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1.11 Produce welded joints in one of the following forms of material:

  • plate
  • section
  • sheet (less than 3mm)
  • pipe/tube
  • other forms

1.12 Weld joints in good access situations in one of the following BS EN ISO

6947 positions:

  • Flat (PA)
  • Horizontal vertical (PB)
  • Horizontal (PC)
  • Vertical upwards (PF)
  • Vertical downwards (PG)

1.13 Check that the welded joint conforms to the specification, by checking all

of the following:

  • dimensional accuracy
  • alignment/squareness
  • size and profile of weld
  • number of runs

1.14 Produce welded joints which meet all of the following: (with reference to

BS 4872 Part 1 Weld test requirements)

  • welds meet the required dimensional accuracy
  • fillet welds are equal in leg length and slightly convex in profile,

with the size of the fillet equivalent to the thickness of the

material welded

  • the welds are adequately fused, and there is minimal undercut,

overlap and surface inclusions

  • joins at stop/start positions merge smoothly, with no pronounced

hump or crater in the weld surface

  • tack welds are blended in to form part of the finished weld,

without excessive hump

  • the weld surface is free from cracks and substantially free from

porosity, shrinkage cavities and trapped slag

  • the weld surface and adjacent parent metal is substantially free

from arcing or chipping marks

1.15 Report any difficulties or problems that may arise with the welding

activities, and carry out any agreed actions

1.16 Shut down the equipment to a safe condition on conclusion of the

welding activities

1.17 Leave the work area in a safe and tidy condition on completion of the

welding activities

2 Know how to use

semi-automatic

MIG or MAG

welding

equipment

2.1 State the safe working practices and procedures to be followed when

preparing and using MIG, MAG or flux cored wire arc welding equipment

(such as general workshop safety; appropriate personal protective

equipment (PPE); fire prevention; protecting other workers from the

effects of the welding arc; safety in enclosed/confined spaces; fume

extraction/control)

2.2 State the hazards associated with using MIG, MAG or flux cored-wire arc

welding (such as live electrical components; poor earthing; the electric

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Learning Outcome –

The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

arc; fumes and gases; spatter; hot slag and metal; grinding and

mechanical metal/slag removal; elevated working; enclosed spaces; slips,

trips and falls), and how they can be minimised

2.3 State the personal protective equipment (PPE) to be worn for the welding

activities (such as correctly fitting overalls; leather aprons, welding

gloves/gauntlets; safety boots; head/eye shield with correct shade of

filter)

2.4 State the correct handling and storage of gas cylinders (such as manual

handling and use of cylinder trolley, leak detection procedures, relevant

BCGA codes of practice, cylinder identification, gas pressures, cylinder

and equipment safety features)

2.5 Describe how to use and extract information from engineering drawings

and related specifications (to include symbols and conventions to

appropriate BS or ISO standards) in relation to work undertaken

2.6 State the major parts of the welding equipment, and their function

2.7 Describe types, selection and application of electrode wires (such as solid

and cored)

2.8 Describe reasons for using shielding gases, and the types and application

of the various gases

2.9 Describe gas pressures and flow rates (in relation to the type of material

being welded)

2.10 State the types of welded joints to be produced (such as lap joints, corner

joints, tee joints and butt welds)

2.11 Describe terminology used for the appropriate welding positions

2.12 Describe how to prepare the materials in readiness for the welding

activity (such as ensuring that the material is free from excessive surface

contamination (such as rust, scale, paint, oil/grease and moisture);

ensuring that edges to be welded are correctly prepared (such as made

flat, square or bevelled)

2.13 Describe how to set up and restrain the joint, and the tools and

techniques that are used (such as the use of jigs and fixtures, restraining

devices (such as clamps and weights/blocks); setting up the joint in the

correct position and alignment)

2.14 Describe tack welding size and spacing (in relation to material thickness)

2.15 State the techniques of operating the welding equipment to produce a

range of joints in the various joint positions (such as fine adjustment of

parameters; correct manipulation of the welding gun; blending in

stops/starts and tack welds)

2.16 Describe methods/modes of metal transfer and their uses (such as dip,

globular, free flight, spray and pulsed)

2.17 Describe how to close down the welding equipment safely and correctly

2.18 Describe problems that can occur with the welding activities (such as

causes of distortion and methods of control; effects of welding on

materials and sources of weld defects), and how these can be overcome

2.19 Describe how to check the welded joints for uniformity, alignment,

position and weld size and profile

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Learning Outcome –

The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.20 Describe when to act on their own initiative and when to seek help and

advice from others

2.21 State the importance of leaving the work area in a safe and clean

condition on completion of welding activities (such as isolation of

electrical supplies, safely storing equipment and consumables, removing

and disposing of waste)

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Unit A/615/1657

Installing door, blind or shutter wiring systems in the workplace

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Interpret the given

information relating to the

work and resources when

installing door, blind or

shutter wiring systems.

1.1 Interpret and extract relevant information from drawings,

specifications, schedules, method statements, risk

assessments and manufacturers’ information.

1.2 Comply with information and/or instructions derived from risk

assessments and method statements.

1.3 Describe the organisational procedures developed to report

and rectify inappropriate information and unsuitable

resources and how they are implemented.

1.4 Describe different types of information, their source and how

they are interpreted in relation to:

– drawings, specifications, schedules, method statements, risk

assessments, manufacturers’ information and current

regulations governing buildings and associated with wiring

systems for doors, blind and shutters.

2 Know how to comply with

relevant legislation and official

guidance when installing door,

blind or shutter wiring

systems.

2.1 Describe their responsibilities regarding potential accidents

and health hazards, whilst working:

– in the workplace, below ground level, at height, in confined

spaces, with tools and equipment, with materials and

substances, with movement/storage of materials and by

manual handling and mechanical lifting.

2.2 Describe the organisational security procedures for tools,

equipment and personal belongings in relation to site,

workplace, company and operative.

2.3 Explain what the accident reporting procedures are and who is

responsible for making reports.

2.4 Describe the types of fire extinguishers available when

installing door, blind or shutter wiring systems and describe

how and when they are used.

3 Maintain safe and healthy

working practices when

installing door, blind or

shutter wiring systems.

3.1 Use health and safety control equipment and access

equipment (if applicable) safely to carry out the activity in

accordance with current legislation and organisational

requirements when installing door, blind or shutter wiring

systems.

3.2 Comply with information relating to specific risks to health

when installing door, blind or shutter wiring systems.

3.3 Explain why and when health and safety control equipment,

identified by the principles of protection, should be used,

relating to installing door, blind or shutter wiring systems, and

the types, purpose and limitations of each type, the work

situation and general work environment, in relation to:

– collective protective measures

– personal protective equipment (PPE)

– respiratory protective equipment (RPE)

– local exhaust ventilation (LEV).

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will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

3.4 Describe how the relevant health and safety control

equipment should be used in accordance with the given

instructions.

3.5 Describe how emergencies should be responded to in

accordance with organisational authorisation and personal

skills when involved with fires, spillages, injuries and other

task-related hazards.

4 Select the required quantity

and quality of resources for

the methods of work to install

door, blind or shutter wiring

systems.

4.1 Select resources associated with own work in relation to

materials, components, fixings, tools and equipment.

4.2 Describe the characteristics, quality, uses, sustainability,

limitations and defects associated with the resources in

relation to:

– multi-core and single-core cables

– wiring containment fixtures and fittings

– electrical motors and starters

– switch gear and isolators

– low voltage accessories

– electrical test equipment

– hand tools, power tools, power tools and equipment

– operation, safety and maintenance documentation.

4.3 Describe how the resources should be used correctly and how

problems associated with the resources are reported.

4.4 Explain why the organisational procedures have been

developed and how they are used for the selection of required

resources.

4.5 Describe any potential hazards associated with the resources

and methods of work.

4.6 Describe how to calculate quantity, length, area and wastage

associated with the method/procedure to install door, blind or

shutter wiring systems.

5 Minimise the risk of damage

to the work and surrounding

area when installing door,

blind or shutter wiring

systems.

5.1 Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage in

accordance with safe working practices and organisational

procedures.

5.2 Minimise damage and maintain a clean work space.

5.3 Dispose of waste in accordance with current legislation.

5.4 Describe how to protect work from damage and the purpose

of protection in relation to general workplace activities, other

occupations and adverse weather conditions.

5.5 Explain why the disposal of waste should be carried out safely

in accordance with environmental responsibilities,

organisational procedures, manufacturers’ information,

statutory regulations and official guidance.

6 Complete the work within the

allocated time when installing

door, blind or shutter wiring

systems.

6.1 Demonstrate completion of the work within the allocated

time.

6.2 Describe the purpose of the work programme and explain why

deadlines should be kept in relation to:

– types of progress charts, timetables and estimated times

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

– organisational procedures for reporting circumstances which

will affect the work programme.

7 Comply with the given

contract information to install

door, blind or shutter wiring

systems to the required

specification.

7.1 Demonstrate the following work skills when when installing

door, blind or shutter wiring systems:

– measuring, marking out, fitting, finishing, adjusting, aligning,

positioning and securing.

7.2 Prepare for and install door, blind or shutter wiring systems,

to the isolation point only, to given working instructions

7.3 Safely use and handle hand tools, portable power tools, power

tools, ancillary equipment and electrical test equipment

7.4 Safely store the materials, tools and equipment used when

installing door, blind or shutter wiring systems.

7.5 Describe how to apply safe and healthy work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– ensure power supply is isolated and locked off

– confirm installation requirements

– install wiring systems to doors, blinds and shutters to the

isolation point only

– comply with current electrical regulations

– position fit and fix wiring containment

– identify the appropriate power supply

– understand earth bonding requirements

– understand single, three phase and low voltage motor

operation

– establish how to reverse motor direction

– identify the different methods of electrical testing

– commission the completed door, blind and shutter wiring

system

7.6 Describe how to apply safe and healthy work practices, follow

procedures, report problems and establish the authority

needed to rectify them, to:

– explain automated control systems

– recognise and determine when specialist skills and

knowledge are required and report accordingly

– test the operation of door, blind and shutter including

control systems

– inspect, check and test safety devices

– use hand tools, portable power tools, power tools and

equipment

– use electrical test equipment

– provide certification to customer, client or their

representative

– work at height

– use access equipment.

7.7 Describe the needs of other occupations and how to

effectively communicate within a team when installing door,

blind or shutter wiring systems.

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will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

7.8 Describe how to maintain the tools and equipment used when

installing door, blind or shutter wiring systems.

 

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